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corroborate her allegations. >> if anyone wants to know if i'm still supporting donald trump, they're really being cynical. >> there's governor chris christie coming to donald trump's defense. he spoke out since the sexual assault allegations came to light last week. here's what christy had to say. >> reporter: governor chris christie says he believes trump when he says the allegations are false. last week several women came forward claiming the republican nominee touched them inappropriately. kelley o'donnell requested him about his reactions to the claims. >> he's assured me privately exactly what he said publicly that these are lies and fabrications and i think a number of the allegations have been discredited. we'll see what happens with the others. i can only take him at his word. and i am. but, you know, again, the important thing for this election are not being discussed. >> christie went on to say he
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could not defend trump on the access hollywood video making lewd comments about women back in 2005. he went on to blame the media and political insiders for pushing for clinton. >> listen, i think people, i think, are misinterpreting what he's saying. i do think that there's a lot of forces alive against him. i'm convinced the election will be a fair one and the process will be one that will be accepted by the american people. >> christie said that he is proud of everything he has said while campaigning for trump. meantime donald trump campaigned in colorado today, that's a state where he recently lost lead in the polls. the republican nominee told the crowd in colorado springs that the election is rigged and said he would end government corruption. he also implied that the presidency could be stolen.
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>> they're going to try and rig the election at the polling booth where so many cities are corrupt. called for trump supporters to observe at the polls november 8 to ensure fairness. elsewhere today -- vice presidential picks for clinton. one of the 39 names listed including former president of the university of pennsylvania judith roden. hillary's president the former president made several stops in our area today to campaign for the democratic nominee. bill clinton spoke to several hundred students and supporters here at montgomery public college in blue bell.
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clinton never mentioned donald trump by name, but he did say the republican nominee is making a series of empty promises and says in contrast, his wife has economic plans she wants to put in place. >> i want you to vote for her because she's got a plan for an inclusive society, both to deal with the challenges of health care and the burden of college debt, but to expand voting rights and not restrict them. >> crowd was told the p.a. suburbs of key to the election, both sides are planning for trips to the area, and one of those stops will be this weekend, hillary clinton and her runningmate will campaign on saturday. it's not clear if they'll be at campaign stops together. still no details about the location or time. president obama weighed in on the election today. he told trump to stop whining and making claims the election is rigged. >> if whenever things are going
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badly for you and you lose, you start blaming somebody else, then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. >> the president made the comments during a news conference with the italian prime minister today. you have just hours left to register to vote in new jersey. the deadline tonight and many offices are staying open late. early voting also began in the state today. and coming up, we get a preview of tomorrow night's presidential debate. nbc 10's lauren maky will have a live report coming from the location of the debate in just a few minutes. we have a record high today, look at that beautiful sunset. sheena parveen is here. >> we're talking about more record temperatures tomorrow. now that the sun is setting, temperatures are dropping off a
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little bit. in philadelphia, the normal high this time of year is actually 66 degrees, and we have hit 84 in philadelphia, one degree away from a record high temperature. 77 wilmington, allentown at 7, vineland 74, trenton 78, atlantic city sitting at 72 degrees. look at all the warm air to our south and off to our west. this is going to stick around tomorrow. then that cool air you see at the top of your screen, that's going to eventually move in in time for your weekend, so you will need a jacket this weekend. not today or tomorrow. here are the records we have sit. wilmington 84, trenton 83 degrees. tomorrow i think we'll set more records. allentown, redding, trenton, atlantic city and wilmington, just some spots that could also be setting some record high temperatures for your wednesday. we'll see those rain chances increasing and a much bigger cooldown for the weekend. i'll show you that forecast
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coming up. all right, sheena, we're following breaking news just in to our news and sky force 10 just arriving at the scene here in atlantic city. this is where we're told a woman riding a gitney. you see a police vehicle there in front of it. police vehicles are telling us and a woman on board was injured by the broken glass, she's being treated at the scene. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you new information just as as it does become available. when it first happened, i was enraged, i was so angry. >> a bus stop mistake has a west philadelphia family furious. a mom says her daughter who has autism was left alone. nbc 10 has now learned the district is citing ongoing problems with the bus vendor. the girl's family is speaking out only to nbc 10's sydney
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long. >> reporter: yesterday her substitute bus driver left her on that corner instead of delivering her to her parents right here at this doorstep. and now the philadelphia school district admits it's having problems with this school bus vendor where safety is concerned on two dozen routes. >> this is my kid. she's 7. even if she didn't have autism, how do you leave a 7-year-old and not know where they're going. >> elizabeth admits she was four. >> if you would have been doing this interview yesterday, there would have been a whole lot bleeps. >> when a substitute driver left her on the corner alone, violating the disabilities affidavit and district protocol for door to door care, she lost her cool.
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>> what is my child -- somebody with sexual tendencies had have grabbed her? what would have happened. >> after promising us a statement at lunchtime, total transportation bus company didn't respond to our calls. this one bus vendor, which we're currently assessing penalties for is falling short of 25 bus routes affecting performance to about 23 schools. this situation is unacceptable for parents, children and school district of philadelphia. lloyd isn't vindictive, but wants the substitute driver fired. >> she doesn't understand what she did, and if she does understand, she doesn't care and that's even worse. if you're putting my child at risk, what other kid on that bus was left the same way? >> reporter: you're standing up for all parents? >> i'm standing up for every
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autistic parent. >> reporter: the bus company did call to apologize for this mis, but has yet to say if there will be any punishment for this driver. last minute negotiations are under way right now in harrisberg to avoid a teacher's strike, a walkout could cancel classes at colleges in central pennsylvania. the strike could affect four schools. faculty members have been working without a contract for more than a year and have concerned about rising health care costs. the deadline for a deal is 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. without an agreement, thousands of professors will walk out. >> do we want to strike? no, we do not want to strike. will we strike? absolutely. >> i have an 8:00 class tomorrow and if i don't see any professors on campus, i'm going to stop in, take a look around and head home. >> a long strike could affect
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the semester. this does not descrikr. now to an update to a story we brought you yesterday. capturing what was thought to be a mountain lion in new jersey. officials have determined that the cat seen on the tape is not a mountain lion, instead they say it's a house cat or a bob cat. here's the pictures that started all the concern. one last time, just a day before the final presidential debate, we'll have a live report from las vegas, and what an expert says both candidates need to do. bouncing back, how the eagles are working to rebound from two straight losses. sheena? and another day tomorrow, with temperatures in the 80s, and we're still warm outside right now, i'll show you how warm it will get, plus a much
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bigger cooldown for your weekend, that's coming up next. planned parenthood. i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty.
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and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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now less than 24 hours away from the final presidential debate, it's expected to be the largest audience the candidates will have before voters go to the polls next month. final prep being made to the debate stage in nevada. both candidates will be standing at podiums and answering questions from a moderator. lauren, back to a more structured format for this one. >> it will be more like the first debate with the moderator asking the questions, that debate is happening one building over from where i am now. right now i'm in spin alley, and
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before things get really crazy out here, i'm going to take the opportunity to show you around. each of these debates has been hosted by a school. right now you can see we're at the university of nevada, las veg vegas. you may remember in that first debate, donald trump actually came into the spin room himself, which is pretty unusual. we have noticed that a security pen set up here in the spin room this time for any potential vips. so we'll have to wait until that debate is over to see whether either candidate makes a here after that final meeting on stage. so far two presidential debates, three, not four, hand shakes, questions from moderators and voters. now one more chance for hillary clinton and donald trump to offer answers on the debate stage. >> talk about some issues, talk
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about climate change, talk about jobs. talk about trade agreements. >> i have heard a lot of repetition and what this one did, in one's spouse did, i want to hear what they will do. >> reporter: we have heard from a lot of voter who is want to hear about issues in this debate. >> he never apologizes to anyone for anything. >> reporter: they really have talked policy. they can get buried in entertainment and a little mud. >> the issue is that it's also very much in the limelight of a nascar race because the people are going around the track really fast. and there's a lot of crash and burn. >> in the final matchup. each candidate has hatheir own path to success. >> i don't think she has to launch any big assaults against donald trump, in fact in the first debate, i thought it was kind of clever how she got kind
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of quiet and just let trump continue to talk. >> reporter: he says trump has the tougher job this debate. >> i think it's harder when you're sort of the challenger and you're behind, to sort of appear all of a sudden to be presidential, when you want at the same time or having to attack your opponent. >> now at the last debate, the talk was all about that tape that had just come out with donald trump making those lewd comments about women. this time they both have challenges for donald trump, we have heard sexual allegations against donald trump and hillary clinton, a string of hacked e-mails. here at home, we're flirting with some record temperatures, some places, what, even broke the record? >> we had a few record highs today. >> feels a lot like summer out there, not fall. >> it does not feel like fall at all. but enjoy the 80s if you like
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summer but this weekend we're going to go from way above normal, normal is 66 this time of year, to possibly below normal upper 50s this weekend. we hope you're enjoying the record warmth today. a live look at rehoboth beach. philadelphia coming in at 79 degrees. still a comfortably warm 76 degrees. mt. laurel is at 78. if you're in robbinsville, you're a at 78. nice and dry on the radar, we have some clouds north and west, also some showers around the great lakes. those clouds will start to move in as we go through tomorrow. you'll notice a few more clouds in the forecast, but the rain should not be moving in. we'll be nice and dry all because of that big area of low
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pressure. it's going to keep us nice and dry, it's also helping to pump in that warm air which is going to keep us in the 80s again tomorrow. today philadelphia got to 84 degrees, the record is 85, we're one degree away from that today. tomorrow the record is 80, i think we'll break that tomorrow. forecast high is 77. the record is 80 there. we could still be close tomorrow, but i think we'll be breaking a record in philadelphia. mid 80s we go into your wednesday, thursday, 77, friday, we drop to 72 and both thursday and friday, we're going to get those rain chances also. to have the umbrella for the end of the week, and then look at saf saturday. big drop to 58 degrees. yes, could be quite a bit of a shock to your system, go from summer straight to kind of a chilly fall weekend. tomorrow we're looking at temperatures still in the 80s. 80 degrees tomorrow redding, if
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you're in vorhees, 80. future weather does keep us dry for tomorrow, partly cloudy skies, then we go into your thursday, early in the morning, we could have some rain just off to our west, moving through right around lunchtime, delaware and the jersey shore, friday morning more rain moves in and that kind of spreads across the area through the afternoon. so if you look at the extended 10-day on 10. we're going to keep dropping down, your weekend only around 60 degrees much cooler for the weekend and even going into next week. so enjoy the 80s while they're still here. i'm john clark from csn, which eagles player says they were embarrassed by what happened in washington. kurt schilling running for office? it's next. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away
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republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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i'm john clark from csn. the vikings have the most sacks per game in the nfl. their defense issing up the fewest points. the eagles defense gave up 230 rushing yards in washington sunday, today on the comcast network's breakfast on braun, says they must rebound from that. >> we were all embarrassed, because we're prideful men and we know you can run on somebody, you can definitely take something from them. and i just hope that we continue to just keep chopping and keep going out there and working hard, and that was just a little hiccup.
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>> the flyers wrapping up that you are three-game road trip to start the season. michael noibert. they have had some good offense, seven goals in their first two games. >> first two games, those are in the past right now, there's two points available here that we got to do our best to finish up an important road trip here early in the season. sixers getting ready for their final preseason game on friday night. take a look at jolie with the dunk at practice, but he's going to come down hard and everybody wants to make sure he is okay. don't worry, he is, he's working on his season conditioning. >> we were embarrassed because we're prideful men and we know that you can run on somebody, you definitely can take
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something from them. i just hope that we continue to keep chopping and keep going out there and working hard and just know that was just a little hiccup. >> just rewound a little bit, the eagles are really embarrassed. how about this last night? we have seen some spraining sports injuries, joe bauer tried to pitch last night. his fingers just dripping blood there. didn't even get through the first inning, that is drone danger, everybody. i'm john clark, we're right back.
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thursday and friday, look at saturday and sunday. >> thanks for watching, i'm jim rosenfield, nbc "nightly news" is up next. tonight, stop whining. president obama blasts donald trump's unsubstantiated claims of a rigged election, accusing trump of trying to cast blame and discredit the vote even before election day. tonight, inside the strategies both sides are set to deploy on the eve of the final debate. nbc news exclusive. richard engel with the american commander leading the air war on the isis center of power in iraq. his warning to the west, victory there could unleash terror here. assassinated. shocking footage as a judge in the el chapo case is gunned down while jogging in broad daylight. and a killer new drug, taking young lives, twice as powerful as heroin and legally available on the web. a warning for patients as t


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